Singapore Airlines said Thursday that it ordered 60 new planes from Boeing and Airbus that carry a combined list price of more than $17 billion. The orders were evenly split — 30 planes from U.S.-based Boeing and 30 from Europe's Airbus. Airlines typically get deep discounts on planes, and Singapore did not say how much it will pay the manufacturers.
Electric car maker Tesla Motors Inc. promises to boost the number of fast-charging stations in the U.S. and Canada to make cross-country travel by electric car possible in the next year. The company said it will triple the number of charging stations it runs from the current eight, and the number will go to around 100 in the coming year, putting stations within reach of almost the entire populations of both countries.
ArcelorMittal, the world's largest steelmaker, said Thursday that it has completed the sale of a 15 percent stake in one of its Canadian iron ore operations to an Asian-led consortium for $1.1 billion in cash. A group led by South Korean steelmaker POSCO and China Steel Corp. had entered into a joint venture that owns ArcelorMittal iron ore mining and infrastructure assets in Quebec. The deal was originally announced in January.
Home to the creators of Skype and the first country to use online voting, Estonia relishes its image as a technological pioneer. But the tiny East European country's most far-reaching economic achievement could come from how it has learned to squeeze oil from a rock.
The Chevrolet Malibu, an also-ran in the popular midsize car segment, shows off a quick makeover Friday that is expected to address criticism of its bland styling and so-so performance. General Motors will unveil the updates at a press event in Detroit. Experts are expecting to see a more modern-looking car, with some additional legroom in the back seat.
Unemployment across the 17 EU countries that use the euro hit another record high in April — and appears to be on course to hit 20 million this year in what would be another gloomy landmark for the currency bloc. Eurostat, the European Union's statistics office, said Friday that the unemployment rate rose to 12.2 percent in April from the previous record of 12.1 percent the month before.
The meters are built to endure a ten foot drop and include a raised rubber boot for increased display protection.
A new publication featuring hydraulic spray nozzles and a detailed technical reference section is now available.
The Digital Insulation Meter can determine the integrity of insulation by identifying capacitive, absorption, and leakage current at multiple test voltages and resistance up to 20G ohms
The ultra-flexible WALCD-4X24LED-UV365 portable light cart enables operators to position high intensity ultraviolet light on product surfaces to cure a wide variety of coatings.
High-performance food safe maintenance chemicals feature DETEX, metal, and x-ray detectable plastic packaging.
Airstroke Actuators are pneumatic cylinders with hydraulic force capability and are manufactured with the latest manufacturing technology, says the company.
The new and expanded Turning Products Catalog includes the latest inch and metric product offerings.
These products are tested to withstand impact after being subjected to temperatures from -40 to +158 degrees F for two hours.
The model ITC Series intelliTRACE® brand controller is designed for line or ambient sensing heat trace applications in hazardous (Class I, Division 2) or non-hazardous areas in industrial settings.
The Superior Mark is designed to withstand heavy traffic and outlast paint.
With 13,230- and 15,430-pound load capacities, the new forklifts offer increased power and maximum productivity, says the company.
The new Weld Check™ System was designed as a 3-step system to detect weld defects quickly and without the use of expensive equipment.
Several quality brands and styles of pullers are on the market today. How can you choose the best one for you? As is always the case with equipment, choosing the right puller has everything to do with your application. The following questions will be important considerations in your search.
Inside a sealed building in Boeing's Everett widebody-jet assembly plant, two robotic machines glide along tracks on either side of a 106-foot 777 wing laid flat, their heads reaching out like animatronic dinosaurs nibbling at the giant wing.